If you've ever wanted to learn about wolves, you should plan on attending a special event on Labor Day weekend at Navajo State Park.
Wolfwood is a state-licensed non-profit facility that promotes the understanding of wolves and their relationships with humans. The organization travels throughout the state and makes educational presentations.
All wolves and wolf-hybrids in Colorado are captive. There are no wild wolves in Colorado.
The Wolfwood program is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, August 31st, at the visitors' center at Navajo State Park. The program is free. Entrance to the park costs $7 per car.
Navajo State Park is located about 30 miles southwest of Pagosa Springs. For more information about the park or the program, please call 970-883-2208.